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Fayetteville council appoints resident to fill vacancy

The City Council appointed a school teacher to fill a vacancy left by former member Alan Long, who represented Ward 4 on the west side of town.

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Town, Gown panel on UA, city frictions is pared, refocused

FAYETTEVILLE -- Members of a committee designed to encourage dialogue between city and university officials say its goals will be more attainable under recent changes.

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Fayetteville Council Member Alan Long resigns

FAYETTEVILLE -- City Council member Alan Long, one of the Ward 4 representatives, resigned effective immediately.

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Fayetteville library juggles expansion costs with day-to-day operations

FAYETTEVILLE -- The library board wants to make sure it has enough money to cover unforeseen expenses, the expansion and costs beyond its control next year.

'18 budget focuses on essentials, city says

Vote on proposal set in Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE -- The city of Fayetteville plans to take a bare-bones approach to the coming year, refraining from adding programs or employee positions in order to accommodate the increasing costs of salaries, insurance and pensions.

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Fayetteville's town and gown committee changes membership, focus

FAYETTEVILLE -- Members of a committee designed to encourage dialogue between city and university officials say its goals will be more attainable under recent changes.

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Fayetteville sticking to the basics with 2018 budget

FAYETTEVILLE -- The city will take a bare-bones approach to the coming year, refraining from adding programs or employee positions in order to accommodate the increasing costs of salaries, insurance and pensions.

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Fayetteville Housing Authority weighs options to address needs at Hillcrest Towers

FAYETTEVILLE -- The Housing Authority will significantly diminish its capital money for the year in order to repair sewer pipes at Hillcrest Towers.

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Fayetteville looking to balance water needs with growth, development

The City Council will have a 20-year water plan to consider addressing everything from dead-end pipelines to an 11-mile, $36 million connection to Beaver Lake.

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Nonprofit gets permit to set up shelter camp in Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE -- Planning commissioners on Monday signed off on an idea to bring an encampment of small shelters for homeless residents to the southeast end of town and will later address the plan's specific details.

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The Fayetteville Public Library Board of Trustees discusses the 2018 budget on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017...

The Fayetteville Public Library Board of Trustees discusses the 2018 budget on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017.

Published: November 21, 2017

Experience Fayetteville, the city's convention and visitors bureau, is seen Monday, Oct. 16, 2017.

Experience Fayetteville, the city's convention and visitors bureau, is seen Monday, Oct. 16, 2017.

Published: October 17, 2017

Billy Rader, chief executive officer for 7 Hills, will step down as head of the homeless services or...

Billy Rader, chief executive officer for 7 Hills, will step down as head of the homeless services organization in Fayetteville. Ra...

Published: July 8, 2017

Sloan Scroggin, planning commissioner, speaks Monday during a Fayetteville Planning Commission meeti...

Sloan Scroggin, planning commissioner, speaks Monday during a Fayetteville Planning Commission meeting at City Hall.

Published: June 27, 2017

 Resident Alan Ostner holds a sign depicting the 2007 campaign to develop a Walker Park neighborhood...

Resident Alan Ostner holds a sign depicting the 2007 campaign to develop a Walker Park neighborhood plan during a Fayetteville Ci...

Published: June 7, 2017

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